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UP Police’s Heropanti; Spreads Awareness Against Cybercrimes In Movie Style: Watch Video



UP Police’s Heropanti; Spreads Awareness Against Cybercrimes In Movie Style: Watch Video

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh state police cyber cell is using unique strategy to raise awareness among the public. Through quirky tweets, cops are doing cyber awareness about reporting cyber crimes.

On Wednesday, the Uttar Pradesh State Police posted a brief edited video from the Heropanti 2 teaser, starring Tiger Shroff and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. They warned people not to be victims of cybercrime and to report it immediately by dialling 1930 or 112 in UP. The modified phrases in the clip offer some amusing reactions to the trailer’s dialogues.

The trailer for Heropanti 2 was released earlier this month. The film is a sequel to Heropanti, which was released in 2014. The brief trailer for Tiger Shroff’s new film has generated a lot of interest on social media, with over 6 crore views already.

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According to the trailer, Tiger Shroff (Babloo) is a computer prodigy who is on the trail of a cybercriminal played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

The UP Police Department sent a strong warning through the video’s title, stating that the cyber cell is always ready to deal with cybercriminals’ #Heropanti2. The victims, on the other hand, have been asked to positively notify the police by dialling the Helpline number indicated in the clipping.

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Over 48k people have viewed the 56-second video. Social media users have also praised the UP Police Department for their efforts in disseminating such a strong message in such an unusual way.

Because most people are active on social media these days, this type of awareness video can get the attention of a large number of individuals. Last month, the state police agency released a clip from the Pushpa: The Rise trailer to herald the recovery of illegally trafficked timber worth lakhs.

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